History of Medical Migration Symposium, UU (Belfast Campus)
Prof Greta Jones (UU): 'Making a Medical Living and Migration. Irish Doctors in the Late 19th Century'.
Prof Anne Crowther (University of Glasgow): 'Myths of Medical Migration from Scotland in the Late 19th and early 20th century'.
Dr Larry Geary (NUI Cork): '19th Century Medical Migration. Ireland, Scotland and Australia'.
Dr John Manton (University of Oxford): 'Irish Medical Missionaries in Africa'.
Prof Paul Weindling (Oxford Brookes): 'European Medical Refugees and the Modernisation of British Medicine 1930s to 1950s'.
Dr Andrew Hull (with Sanjoy Bhattacharya) (University of Wales, Swansea): 'Get back to where you once belonged': The British State and the use of South Asian Doctors in the National Health Service c 1944-1980'.
Chairs: Prof Mary Daly and Dr Catherine Cox.
Launch of Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland
Dr Philip Nolan, Deputy President UCD with a lecture by Professor Hilary Marland, Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick: "That I may rest here till my shattered nerves have recovered": Locating the patient in nineteenth-century psychiatric practice".
William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium, UCD
Thursday 19th April 2007